The Holiday Village Seaview Ibiza is a best-of-both-worlds hotel with a chilled-out beach scene and a high-speed waterpark starring the likes of Kamikaze, Tornado and Aquaracer.
This hotel had a few changes for summer 2015, with a snake-like infinity pool being added. Expect a waterpark, as well as Holiday Village classics like the sky-high Aerial Adventure and themed academies.
Great views come with the territory at this place – it’s got a sea-view pool that’s just a few minutes’ walk away from the beach. And when it comes to rooms, you can upgrade to a swim-up pad.
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The ultimate action-packed holiday
- 'HV Live' entertainment, exclusive to Holiday Villages'
- Clubs for 0 to 11 year olds, run to UK standards
- Meet-and-greets with the Widgets
- Expert-run swim, stage and football academies
- Outdoor activities including archery, Water Walkerz and raft-building
- Child-friendly buffets and at least 2 à la carte restaurants
Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Snacks at set times.
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First Choice Kids' Club
This Holiday Village has a First Choice Kids’ Club that’s split into age groups. There’s Little Stars for 3 to 5 year olds, Super Stars for 6 to 8s and Mega Stars for 9 to 11s. They’re open 7 days a week and most activities are completely free. There’s also a Twinkle Stars crèche manned by qualified UK staff.
Sirenis Aquagames waterpark
With loads of slides and a splash area just for little ones. You'll have access to the waterpark 6 days a week.
Our First Choice team have put together a cast of highly trained entertainers offering an exciting and diverse range of shows, fun and activities. If you're after some evening excitement, you can find the entertainers at Pub Nauticus or on the outdoor entertainment stage.
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family room with balcony or terrace
Just so you know, these adapted family rooms don't have kitchenette facilities.
1 bedroom apartment with balcony or terrace
These 1-bedroom apartments are smart and modern with a twin bedroom and a sofa-bed, plus an additional pull-out bed in the lounge. With 2 flatscreen TVs, a bath or shower and free Wi-Fi for 2 devices. Your apartment will come with a kitchen and either a balcony or terrace.
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Happy kids = happy parents!!
This place is exactly what they tell you it is, a family 'holiday village'! We visited for two weeks in peak season and yes, it was extremely busy. But we had a blast. Brilliant food, good rooms, amazing staff, waterpark onsite and outstanding sunsets all make this place special. Only downside for me personally was the dreaded 'sunbed wars'. I don't mind getting up early to get a decent spot but would prefer them not to be crammed right up next to each other as this made it extremely difficult if you had a pushchair and you didn't manage to get an 'end' position. But all in all, this was a really good family holiday and I wouldn't hesitate to go back!More
Great for couples
Went over Christmas and new year period Fabulous time ,good food , cleaned room every day ,always plenty of towels Short walk to lovely beach or could walk to town but taxis are quite reasonable Would go back again.More
Geoff P, 186262
We staid at Sirenis Seaview Hotel back in October to celebrate my mums big birthday, we were a family of 11 adults and we had 4 rooms. Up on check-in we got there at the good time as we were first to check-in, it did take a while for us all to get checked in and to pay tourism taxes. Once we had our keys we ventured to find our rooms, prior to arrival I have emailed hotel to request the rooms to be close to each other, which they did manage to do which was brilliant. Rooms are average just with the most basic facilities that you require, but for the price we paid we were fairly happy, the only down thing is that the walls are so thin that you can hear next door every word and I am not a light sleeper but there was few occasions that I was woken up by the noise from either the next door or people being loud in the corridor. The food in hotel was very basic and very repetitive, by the end of the week I was struggling to find something to eat that would be good quality. During our stay we have also booked in to go to 2 restaurants which were included in the all inclusive, there was 3 choices however you were only allowed to dine in 2 of them which I though was very strange, never mind we chose to go to Italian and Steak. What can I say food was nothing special and not much better than the buffet restaurant, however it was nice to dine somewhere else away from massive crowds in the main dinning room. This hotel doesn't have is own private beach, however there is one near by just few minutes walk outside the hotel, however most of the time we chose to find the sun loungers on the premises of the hotel which never was a problem. There is also a water park on site with few fun slides, so its a great added bonus for children. General service in the hotel was good, we did not experience any major issues. Hotel is located not far from San Antonio, it probably takes about 15 minutes to drive there, however just outside the hotel there is a bus stop which has a regular bus time table, so very easy to get in to San Antonio and it only cost around â¬1.95 one way. The bus takes your straight to the main station in San Antonio from hotel. From the main station you can also catch a bus to go in to Capital town of Ibiza for which they charge I believe additional â¬3.00 per person per way. Ibiza has great and easy to use public transport, so if you want to travel around is great. We also rented a car for few days and managed to see some beautiful sites I would definitely recommend renting a car instead of paying out for expensive excursions as you can than go at your own pace. Overall it was a nice stay and we all had great time.More
Agne A, 504115
The secret family location of Ibiza
Ibiza has always been known to me as a notorious party island full of drunk teenage tourists, mainly from the UK. I found some really cheap airline tickets, flying out with Ryanair but returning with Easyjet! I searched for hotels and finally went with this one due to the reviews I read about kids entertainment and facilities within the hotel complex. I reckon I made the right decision. I always hire a car as I like the freedom of travelling around to places of interest, and it works out better for me when I factor the cost of taxis to and from airport to hotel. This hotel was about a 10-15 minute drive from the main centre of Ibiza. We arrived late into the evening so was looking for some food to takeaway at a strange island in the dark. I saw a Pizza Hut so stopped, left family in car, and went over and got takeaway. What I watched standing in the queue was enough to make me realise I had probably chosen the most non-family orientated destination? Thankfully Serenis Seaview was a blessing in disguise. The hotel complex is great and has all you need for the kids. Accommodation is scattered amongst various low level billet type buildings along the seafront, and also has a central large outdoor pool, stage, and drinks stations scattered around. The highlight has to be the hotels Aquapark. Although it does not have lots of different adult rides, I was absolutely amazed by its design and concluded it was a well thought out process, particularly for toddlers and young kids, with enough to also keep older children and adults engaged. My two little girls absolutely loved it and I had to have the younger one screaming everyday when leaving for our room. The rooms have been updated recently and have enough space for a family of 4-5 per room. Our room was an end of terrace, facing the sea with a huge terrace space complete with table and chairs. It has facilities for self-catering but we had all-inclusive. I was happy with value for money. The food layout is wonderfully presented everyday with lots of fresh fruits and desserts and drinks and ice cream tubs. We do not drink alcohol but were happy with the choice we had. The only downside for us being muslim was we had to stick to fish and vegetarian choices. So pizza, chips, garlic bread, beans etc. became boring everyday until I discovered a Halal diner kebab place in town, which I bought back and mixed with the hotel food. Breakfast was great, and lunch was ok. Overall cannot complain about the food but wish the also used halal meats! Children's entertainment club is excellent. So much to do everyday for the kids. The evening entertainment was brilliant and had a good mix of different acts every night. Usual bingo, kids disco and quizzes. Staff were fantastic with the kids and they are certainly an asset to this hotel. The public beach is a minutes walk through the carpark and has lovely golden sandy beach. I would not hesitate to stay here if you are family with young children. If you are a group of young people looking to party and get pissed every night, waking up with strangers in your bed - then this hotel is the wrong choice, find something in town which will be walking distance from the hundreds of bars in town. I will definitely use this hotel if I was to visit Ibiza again. Definitely a secret family location within this party island of drunks!More
we had an amzing 7 night stay here with our 2 children aged 9 and 6, the location was stunning me and my husband fell in love with the infinity pool as our kids ran riot in kids club. W loved the evening entertainment and took part in daytime family activities most days we were there with George who ran these activites so well that even myself and other adults were getting competivite, he was absolute dynamite !! always on the ball with adults and screaming kids poolside seemed to adore him, lovely young man and exceptional at what he does. We will be returning next summer and cannot wait already! we also loved the beach nervy and a special mention to the dancing barman Fernado!More
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